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Its the change of an era, and an era of change. Navigating the shift in paradigms is going to take adaptive leadership and an experienced guide.
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The next cohorts start January 11
From the Blog
Oh, how we can feel the guilt of not doing our daily devotions, our routine of Bible reading mixed with personal prayers, liturgies, silence or whatever our preferred habit suggests. The inner shame of it all! It can really weigh us down, especially if we have this...read more
I have many memories over my many years of doing youth ministry of times when I was overwhelmed with God's presence in the midst of the brokenness and tragedy of this world. One experience had a profound influence on me. I got a call that the father of one of our...read more
I love change. Get this, I even love to move. The actual physical process of moving itself. I know, pretty crazy, right? Of course, I get overwhelmed at some point in the middle too, but I love the pure change of picking up myself and my stuff and bringing it to a...read more
Last fall I met seven year-old Alex at Sacred Heart Church in Sauk Rapids, MN. I was a guest at their monthly all-church intergenerational faith formation gathering. They always begin with a meal. After going through the buffet line, I looked around for a place to...read more
Deciding what is ESSENTIAL and being able to work with FOCUS on that is nothing less than critical in times of great change. Like now. Given the reality that the unprecedented complex changes occurring in our world are rendering the faith forming capacities of many...read more
Did you or your kids watch "The Facts of Life" TV show? It was a show about a group of teenage girls at a boarding school who learn many of life's lessons and go through adolescent struggles under the guidance of their loving housemother "Mrs. G." While it was a...read more